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The Wednesday Gambit

Posted by V the K at 11:45 pm - April 6, 2015.
Filed under: War on Christians

Thanks Sondrakistan.


Yes, I’m so old that I can remember when all right-thinking people deplored Scalia’s Smith opinion and saw RFRA as a moral duty. But that was when cute, peyote-using Native Americans might benefit; now that it’s those beastly, mouth-breathing Christians in flyover country who might benefit, religious exemptions are obviously horrible.
— Instapundit

The Very Deep Thoughts of Sally Kohn

Posted by V the K at 10:07 pm - April 6, 2015.
Filed under: Leftist Nutjobs

Would it be uncivil to suggest that lesbianese CNN pundit Sally Kohn is the dumber, blonder version of Rachel Maddow? I know I’m not supposed to be uncivil, but what else can you say about someone who … almost daily… spews idiocy like this: (Hat Tip: Ace)



Posted by V the K at 1:03 pm - April 6, 2015.
Filed under: Media Bias

The MFM have no interest in hunting down Hillary Clintons magical disappearing emails and no interest in getting access to Emperor Obama’s college records… yet they can dig up Jeb Bush’s voting Registration from 2009 and do an in-depth examination on Scott Walker’s purchase of a sweater from Kohl’s.

Can anyone really make a case that the MFM are not Democrat operatives with bylines?

Homophobic Youth Beat Up Gay Dude

Posted by V the K at 12:54 pm - April 6, 2015.
Filed under: Mean-spirited leftists

But since they’re not White Christians, the left breathes a sigh of disappointment and goes back to vilifying old lady florists and Indiana pizza joints.
[Hat Tip: Weasel Zips]

Florida teens shouting homophobic slurs pummeled a gay man with lawn furniture as he tried to crawl away, shocking video shows. …

The 32-year-old victim told WFTV the teens were looking for anyone who was gay following a an earlier fight at a community center, and they jumped him March 26 as he walked down the street.

About 10 or so of the young punks pummeled the man and stole his pants and wallet during the beatdown.

Nope, we are talking about youths who, if Obama had a son, they would look like him, so the MFM will ignore the story. Apparently, #GayLivesMatterLessThanTheNarrative

Yes, You Can Support Gay Marriage *And* Religious Freedom

Posted by V the K at 11:36 am - April 6, 2015.
Filed under: War on Christians

As hard as it may be for members of the Hate Group that is the progressive gay left to accept, it is possible to accommodate both the desire for people of religious conviction not to be forced to act against their beliefs, and for gays to be able to get married in the eyes of the State.

As a pluralistic society, we ought to respect others’ religious beliefs, and do what we can to make space for them to practice their values so long as it does not interfere with basic political requirements. America has a long and proud tradition of making such accommodations—Catholic churches were exempt from prohibition so they could serve wine as a part of the Eucharist, Quakers and other pacifist groups have historically been exempt from being drafted into the military in combat positions, and in the 1990s we further strengthened laws protecting peyote use by Native American religions in their ceremonies.

The reason this debate has boiled over is because gays are insisting that conscientious objectors to gay marriage must be compelled by the State under threat of imprisonment or financial ruin to participate in gay weddings. It’s not enough to have a piece of paper from the State that somehow is necessary to legitimize their relationships, they also have to force the defeated to acknowledge their power. (The Gul Dukat Definition of True Victory.)

It would be advantageous for gays to show more tolerance.

Pushing for gay rights will be easier if religious objectors can be secure in the knowledge that the state will not be used to compel them to violate their religious beliefs. This does not mean gay persons should be discriminated against, but it does mean we should provide the space for people to not participate in religiously objectionable acts. As a tolerant and pluralistic society, it is incumbent upon us to provide this option, even if we strongly disagree with the moral stance of religious objectors.

If people would just accept and tolerate the fact that other people will make different choices and have different opinions, we could do away with this tyrannical notion that the state should referee every dispute, every difference of opinion.

But such a situation would be intolerable to the Gay Left, which wants not merely to take their victory, but to shove it in the faces of the defeated. Over, and over, and over again.

CBS News Served with Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Posted by V the K at 10:24 am - April 6, 2015.
Filed under: Big Journalism

From a dude, ain’t that something? (Hat Tip: Peter H and Newsbusters]

Former CBS employee Kenneth Lombardi, 29, who quit the network last November, is suing CBS claiming sexual harassment. The New York Post reports he claims he “was repeatedly drunkenly groped and kissed by powerful men at the network — including the director for the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley.”

It could have been worse, he could have been at CNN and been groped by Candy Crowley.

Anyway, the dude claims to be totes traumatized.

“I have nightmares. I relive these moments every day. The sound of ice in a glass will take me back to that moment,” he said, referring to what he described as a terrifying barroom encounter with Albert “Chip” Colley, who directs the [CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley]

Those chicks on ‘Mad Men’ at least suffered their humiliation with some dignity.

It maybe that the dude is exaggerating, or even making the whole thing up. But considering the way CBS News promoted the phony Duke Lacrosse story and the phony UVA rape case, they have no grounds to complain.

Suddenly, the Left Loves Huge, Evil Corporations

Posted by V the K at 9:08 am - April 6, 2015.
Filed under: War on Christians

One thing struck me during the shrill hysterical two-minutes hate debate over Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law, the Big Corporations (Apple, General Electric, WalMart [No kidding, the left was cheering for WalMart!”) were siding with the left, and the left was saying “You people should be on the side of Big Corporations because they are looking out for your best interests.”

Big corporations like Walmart, Apple, and General Electric and their executives have done the right thing by calling on officials in Indiana and Arkansas to reject “religious freedom” laws designed to give businesses and religious groups legal cover should they deny service to gay couples.

And then there are the “living wage” laws so beloved by the left that also happen to be supported by Big Corporations like WalMart
because they know it will drive mom and pop stores out of business; and that is exactly what is happening, and the left is okay with that.

Also, Big Corporations are siding with the left in their efforts to replace American workers with cheap foreign laborers who will vote overwhelmingly in favor of the social democrats.

Suddenly, the left is in bed with the huge corporations they claim to despise; and big business is throwing big squeezy bear hugs around the leftists who want to confiscate their profits and effect de facto nationalization of industry through regulation. Meanwhile, it’s the Conservative Right who are increasingly critical of corporatism and the power big business wields over Government.

When I look at how big business is lining up with the progressive left to create an electorate that will elect more socialists to power, I can’t help thinking about Khrushchev’s quote about the capitalist selling you the rope you will use to hang him with.’

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